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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 22 October 1940

Reprimands Freshmen L. Elinor Benfer, WSGA Judiciary Committee chairman, criticizes freshmen for their discourteous conduct and attendance at the " WSGA-PSCA-sponsored class meetings held every two weeks. (For story, see column one.) Collegian Price Slashed 122 Issues For $2.00 The price of The Daily Collegian for the rest of the 1940-41 year has been cut to $2.00 for local delivery, Lawrence- S. Driever '41, business manager, has announced. There are 122 of the 150 scheduled issues remaining. Mail rates for the rest of the year have been cut from $3.25 to $2.75. Rates for the second semester will remain as announced: $1.50 local and $2.00 toy .nail. Subscriptions will be received at the Collegian Office, 313 Old Main. uiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiuiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii iiiiiii Students Seek Absentee Vote See editorial on page two. Absentee voting for, Pennsylvania will get a push from Penn State students as a result of a nostcard drive scheduled to begin toda...

Publication Title: Daily Collegian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 22 October 1940

_MOTICE! T6 J_W-e gu*n__te«-t ____m«po--__3_«p b<»ts-e«n Si*-* _GaH#g_* 994 L**k&*t-s main line of P. R. R. on _Cfc_. _». -_»_____-__T__- 3_n* -d _irtn. Bt__w _OjUepe Ijtcctel b-Oor» above _datp. SPECIAL -WISES _LEAVINC flTJ-TE C&__£_-GE.AT U_20 A. M. . _,12:3_^,p. M. AND 3:15P. M. _OCX6_JER25 DIAL 3-2731 Bbi-LSpUBC 0_& 733 STATE COLLEGE HOTEL Boalsburg Auio Busline Inc. _-"-_'-• Member _ft$_6ci£_ted C394__ei!_c__lei?re$ €c_*_yyeC__H6 A college man's clothes should come from a college shop. This store knows what you want and the price you should pay. A Visit Here Will Convince You _pnfr $|_$p **'** . .»?^_ii_*i-j_» _$_ , _«. ¦ BETWEEN ilffi COj_KE_ Draws Reader s Ire To the Editor: - What's this business about having Soph Hop semi-formal (Penn State style)? This idea is crazy. It doesn't give our function the distinction it should have. One may compare it with any other All-College function that will follow from time to time. This, ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 22 October 1940

For Efficient Immaculate Service PENH STATE LAUNDRY Dial 326 320 W.BeaVer Avenue HAVE YOU SEEN THE NEW _JEJ.KINS-JUMPER EVENING GOWKS i ft Feel exquisite by looking i suave in the new jumper evening gown., We have just a lew . . . in bright, exdting colors. 3 KAUN'S DRESS 144 SOUTH ALLEN ST WHEN YOU CAN FLY WITH H. T. NOLL CENTRAL PENNSYLVANIA'S PIONEER AVIATOR Fly With You At The Controls. Get His Opinion As To Your Flying Ability FLIGHT $1.00 THIS SPECIAL 8-Hour Dual Course $47.20 Dual Instruction ¦• $5.90 per hour Solo Flying $4.90 and $3.90 per hour NEW 1940 AIRPLANES BELLEFONTE AIRPORT EXHIBITION OF PAINTINGS by the late BENJAMIN T. NEWMAN EPISCOPAL PARISH HOUSE COR. FRAZIER & FOSTER TUESDAY, OCT. 22 . 10 A. M. io 9 P. M. _# _Ofmxf _t In Person at SOPH HOP on Friday, Nov. 15 at Rec Hall 10 P. M.-2 A. M. Semi-Formal. $3.85, Inc. Tax Lion Gridders Prepare For Tough Baffle With Temple Nittany Booters Blank Weak Buck...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 22 October 1940

THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF STATE COLLEGE Member of Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation - Newest Fall Hit UP" mi MllMM "IB with "THE THREE STOOGES" MARCH STRINGER GLEE CLUB and a DANCING CHORUS OF CAMPUS BEAUTIES SOTVE TOS DATE! November 1 or 2 at OOP for mm stai Women's Debate Squads Named Seventeen coeds made the varsity debate squad after their tryout speeches on "Resolved, that the western hemisphere should form a permanent union or alliance for defense against foreign aggression," Clayton H. Schug, associate professor of public speaking, announced yesterday. Varsity members include Sara L. Bailey '43, Josephine H. Beljan '42, Muriel T. Carmin '43, Hilma R. Eisen '42, R. Helen Gordon '42, Mary M. Greenberg '42, Gertrude H. Hecht '41, Lois J. Hunter '42, Doris M. Koch '42, Jean Lawrence '42, Shirley L. Leidick '42, Sara R. Lipser '42, Lois E. Notovitz '42, Edythe B. Ricke '41, Jeanne E. Ruess '42, Laura Weaver '42, and Evelyn J. Willey '42. Members of t...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 22 October 1940

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Publication Title: Daily Collegian
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 22 October 1940

President Edward C. Elliott opened the orientation period with a special convocation in Purdue's new Music Hall. The hall is the world's largest theater, seats 6208 people, and is designed with the acoustics plus the remedied mistakes of the Radio City Music Hall in New York City. A few minutes after the first bits of advice and information had been tendered, heads of nearly 2200 new students were bowed in attention to the orientation exams. Eds were seated on the main floor, co-eds in the first balcony. That afternoon the _rhrnies returned for theme-writing. &^^^^ entered histor rathe* &** <*** « *"* _xK_ nOV, addto Queen Co-«<-- The Exponent's night staff takes a wet proof of die 20-page edition made up for fresh- Two "grecnies" scan the sports section which contains dope on Boilermaker fool men. Presses turned out 3500 copies during the night so that the new students could . ball prospects. They find it more interesting than taking exam...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 22 October 1940

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 22 October 1940

_f Still A Student Degrees from Yale and Cambridge are just a starter for Paul Mellon, 33 year old son of the late Andrew Mellon. In continuing his search for knowledge, he registered at St. John's college, Annapolis, Maryland. ]m m __pS College Aids Britain | | Faculty and alumnae of Hunter college presented a |jjj check for $1600 to the American Field service for a H mobile first aid unit for England. Left to right are Lieut. fl Peter Muir, Dr. George N. Shuster, president of Hunter college, and Mrs. Helen Luckey Simis, president of the alumnae association. w_«__ World 1 Now He'll Throw Grid Opponents Al Blozis, champion weight-thrower plays left tackle on the Georgetown university football team, so the opposition can expect quite a tossing around this season. *<_.< Randolp h s * ;_$ Rather *« o» _nab» Texf. _tadtU W"_ _ -^™^^^» «ointo » n_« llrusto otal ._^ These torn _BEV __ A*-""" "-

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 22 October 1940

Quick, Henry, t Coach Jim Stuart, Howard onstrates a new wrinkle in . ener" to the hoofs of Build man. The old method was t< with a brush, but not Coach a fly gun and saves time. Coi _._ -_o-P* at head 9«««- nd* «*¦««" n All-American Goes to Work ootball team flew to the coast to engage the Uniilifomia in the season's opener, and Tom Harmon, ne halfback, kept right on flying after the game our touchdowns, flashy runs helped Michigan to a Acme Paradise for Painters At Beaufort, picturesque Carolina coastal town, students of the art colony of Woman's college of the University of North Carolina study landscape painting and sketching. The colony was the first of its kind established in the south. Tradition When Abby Burgess , left, entered the freshman class at Brown university this fall, she continued a family tradition that started when her great _Sreat grandfather entered rown in 1796. Thirty-three relatives preceded her in this custom. Caroline Woodbury, right , i...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 22 October 1940

KZ _£_ / _S ' A f'h This official emblem is worn on athletic uniforms, bellishes the club stationery. em in Joe Sanders, (right), veteran musician and "man with the long white goatee", is _____-_-__-_______________________-___________-_^^ welcomed as first honorary member of the club by Prexy Karberg, who is "horn- Members of the Billygoat Pipe Club assemble evenings to dial-in on the music of populai ing in" with a trombone. Vocalist Adrian lends her support to the Goathouse orchestra leader Joe Sanders, first honorary member of the "Goathouse Gang". Sanders ha. colors. composed an original song entitled Billygoat Serenade. W Acme _**-U _* _*3 o Working the night shift as gatehouse attendant in one of University of Wisconsin, men's dormitories during the summer months got Paul Karberg's goat, so he promptly formed the Brotherhood of Billygoats, an organization devoted to this, that, butt nothing in particular. Specializing in sports and social event...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 22 October 1940

'J»~ 5-i •_ ^*> "f:i>__S,16& iwi#_« ' i -X' '_&- A?"\r-_ _- ^^W_rK> v<fCj ' Br -V -~ I* - . ! . - r ¦ mLwm _„, _* - _^_l^^^V_^ _. ___ 5_X3 _K:_:f- £fii_W &^-' _l__;_. _^; _^ .^':' i >/ .- -; ifc-V'MS V''^___a_____.'___________Sfi___B-_____.' ' ' '_^_t "''' j___ r' ty__H_Bi-i___M_^_^-i_i^_^__--L----. -_S- _u _^ j/ * w ~ _^_tyt_*" iffr ' _^_, _>? _^ ¥9. _^ jdl _s » They Add Color fo Games Co-ed color guards and drum majorettes make plenty of noise when Butler university gridders score a touchdown. They're the pride of the 100-piece Butler band. i m Amateur photographers on many campuses are setting on top of a lot of dollars these days by sending their pictures to Collegiate Digest Section for we pay the regular professional rates for all photos accepted for publication. Send yours now — but be sure to include complete information about each picture submitted. Addr...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 22 October 1940

Yes, Tessie, It's a Fakerool Every year someone revives the "strong man" gag, and 1940 is no exception.. This year we hand the gonfalon to Mike Shelb, left, Len (Hercules) Swartz, center, and Willie Davis, right, Michigan State teammates who collaborated beautifully to make this phoney picture look authentic. Dia_.st Photo by Wright IS *5ii _^j_^s__5- _^-^^~---- -iBilp_s_^ At Full Gallop m_____H_l _, __s Six members of Iowa State's famed Cossacks form a pyramid, executed while the horses are at full speed. Widely known but rarely photographed, the Cossacks are a group of athletic horsemen who do trick riding in connection with their R. O.'T. C; training. Coll-si_.tc Digest Photo by L-ngevin *> r _ _<T?iVSS-T/ ru *_-_^3&i _WfSSs_^ This Co-ed Breaks Precedent With a big smile, Tri-Delt Betty McDavid takes over her duties as the second woman editor of University of Georgia's student magazine since the founding of the pub...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 23 October 1940

Welfare Committee Attack Brings Pledge Of Dating Code Enforcement _iijiiiiiiiifiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiitiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiifiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiitiiiiiiiiiiiiiiijitiiiiiiiiitiiiiiiiiiij ( Student Welfare Group Warns House Violatefs In face of a rebuke from the Senate Committee on Student Welfare in its meeting yesterday to the Interfraternity Council for its inefficient policing of fraternity house dating, H. Edward Wagner, IFC president, proposed a solution to the Committee by asking for the adoption of an alumni judiciary committee. "Because it was the responsibility of the IFC to enforce its regulations and it failed to set a clearcut procedure for handling violators," Wagner remarked, "I propose a three-man alumni judiciary committee to judge the violation_, cases." Prior to Wagner's proposal, the Student Welfare Committee had warned the IFC that the power of dating enforcenment is relinquished to the IFC only by the College's desire to promo...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 23 October 1940

For Houseparty mm tmm tuxedos $22.50 Black or Midnight _mue..., KAUN'S MEN'S SHOP The Borne of Hart,Setoff tier, and Marx A LEAN P\J t _^_WftAHD HUNGRY 'J_&_zPlr _^_wtW LOOK _lUUUJHJLUIUUMUIUyUIUIHMMIIHHIiWUllWJUUlUUUlUUItUlimillMi llllUUIimU This'is not our afternoon , to be cjever. We can't help wondering precisely what: is meant by those excellent persons who mutter ceaselessly of "Penn State Tradition." Nofopdy has ever defined our traditions; no one has ever explained them or reporded them. This might perhaps be due to the fact that we have so _little reverence about, us; what we cannot put to work, what will not produce ergs and dynes, that we destroy.- Give us " specific gravity, and tensile strength, and yield per acre. How much is tradition worth the ton; can you refine it for less than petroleum? Will it built new buildings and get publicity? Will it?? Did the old Ghost Walk? Did the little garden in front of the old Zoology building? Did the Forest...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 23 October 1940

With its BfiBafflfi filler fishes wfi hieved. es one _PJCr.C3 3Niy!Hl_!M_^ Exclusive Not Expensive Oaly At £ «_Wk 0#_*" _*_ft^* >¦, _X'1 _^2 '' "" * _^_f_^S. _^ - _V_&B&& r Si °%SS£$S*'_^; Si. _^SSSaS" •SsC _^ <_sf, * ** Out ot Your j L Social Lite_«-__ 5pc»_au u- Fun More et p Sports, Work, _ft Chew Delicious <§ _S nouBLEMiMT <SUM _« _3f ! _Aiert _collet »e» _-_^ "S _Bavor ' . , «*. V * ' _^ ' Sty' _OT°Pf t_"ess '' '_rf J. ;vV- -._Effa5 SS_5_Si _- - A-< -'_w '7 Syracuse, _Ust To Beat Lion Booters_, Will Try For Repeat Saturday Since their last game in the season of 1932 when a strong Syracuse eleven edged _, t he _Njtte . nymen, 2-1, the. invincible soecer machines of Coach . Bill _Jeffrey have not lost a single game in their 57 contests. Saturday the Orangemen will attempt to again overthrow the kingpins of socper. Always has the Syracuse aggregation been the s_&j...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 23 October 1940

THE PENN STATE THESPIANS AGAIN PRESENT A RARE. ROLLICKING. ROARING. RHYTHMICAL REVUE Schwab Auditorium Movember I and 2 THE BALLOON GOES UP SATURDAY NIGHT—75c FRIDAY NIGHT—50e MEN!! Have you heard this remark about yourself?—"Too bad he didnt take care of his hair when he had it."—Try our scalp treatment and have thick, lustrous hair. Garey Beaute Salon Glennlaad Bldg.—Dial 2071 Outside of These We Love You For Men 1. Sweaters without shirts—looks as if you just made it from bed to class. 2. White socks (long underwear excepted.) 3. Blue and green together. 4. Striped tie with striped shirt o»" suit. 5. Braces and belt together. 6. Garterless socks. . For Women 1. Anklets and hose together, make up your minds. 2. Knee socks (ask the men.) 3. Dressy clothes on campus (includes fur coats.) 4. Wedgies. 5. Peeled nail polish. 6. Oversized rings. Costume Parade To Climax Party ' A costume parade with prizes 5!or the "best individual and group costumes will...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 24 October 1940

Physics Confab Opens Tomorrow Teachers and students from every recognized college and university in the state will attend the annual meeting of the Pennsylvania Conference of Physic Teachers which will be held here tomorrow and Saturday. A program centering about the theme "Physics In Medicine," has been arranged by Professors, T. D. Cope, Paul _OVTcCorkle and W. Emerson Chamberlain. Tomorrow afternoon's meeting will consist of contributed papers, book and apparatus exhibits, and a parallel meeting for visiting students sponsored by the Sigma Pi Sigma, honorary physics society. A lecture on the "Role of Physics In Dentistry," will be 'given by Dr. Arthur B. _Gtable of the University of Pennsylvania in the New Physics Building lecture room at 8 p.m. Friday. The Saturday morning session consists of a symposium with speeches toy Dr. Chamberlain of Temple Dr. M. A. Emerson, University of Pennsylvania; Dr. A. J. Allen, University of Pittsburgh; and Dr. M. N. States, of the Central ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 24 October 1940

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 24 October 1940

AT METZGER'S SHOP South Allen Street __ State College OF ALL SIZES AND CALIBRES AMMUNITION HUNTING AND SPORTS WEAR OF ALL KINDS CHECK YOUR EQUIPMENT HUNTERS VISIT OUR STORE AND LOOK OVER OUR VERY COMPLETE LINE YOU WILL FIND IT COMPLETE IN EVERY DETAIL. SHOT GUNS AND RIFLES FOR SALE AND FOR RENT A COMMON EXPRESSION IN TOWN AND ON CAMPUS ii%J -- - k A _. i ii - You can get it at Metzger_'_s Sigma Chi Captures IM Sw Scores Every First Place To Beat P.S. Club, 32-11 Sigma Chi's mermen easily outdistanced the Penn State Club's team 32-11, to win the Swimming Intramural Championship yesterday. All first places were_^taken by Sigma Chi. Only five events comprised_, the championship meet with diving dropped by agreement. Will Knight, Sigma Chi, turned in the best race of- the meet with his 34:1 time in the 60-yard freestyle.-Summaries: 60-yard. freestyle: Will Knight, Sigma Chi, first, 34:1; Ben Snipas, Penn State Club, second; Lenn Urquahart, P. S. Club, thi...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 24 October 1940

Are You The Catch of the Campus Are You Penn State's Ideal Man? 9 Balloting starts next week ai Student Union and the Corner. Suggestions for ihe title have been made and our Gable will be crowned ai: SPINSTERS' SKIP _: Sponsored by Mortar Board White Hall Hov. I nformal Dress 9-12 Between A Fabulous Dusk . . . And An Unforgettable Dawn . ¦ . Thus. Ben Hechi Sets The Stage For This Powerful Drama Of: Life In Exciting Times Square. \\ ©VEB / wmm _MfSLAS FAIRBANKS, Jr /_W» _Idomat MYWORTH* MITCHELL _uoil JOHN _QSTAIEK _<_gB_J _ _Xzfi_> _*ji Mm Examined frit Eyes Glasses Fitted .', _ffvvy Reasonable Prices _^=n Dr. Eva B. Roan fe \l_* Atf r 402 Ei College Ave. Opp. Alherlon Hall Dial 672 ff~_ mmwKW jmf_w^__^__^__\TM_m_ mSm Shows at 1:30, 3:00. 8:30, 8:30 I Yi l e talcs softbat HITS HMD! 0 l/ll % m m m ' •*::*&:*? » Shows at 1:30, 3:00. 6:30, 8:30 I TODAY - FRIDAY f LORETTA YOUNG ...

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